“Black and ‘Queer’ in America” in Sterling

Screening and discussion with co-director/producer/editor Dr. Wendi Manuel-Scott

Friday, January 14 at 7:30
Unitarian Universalists of Sterling
22135 Davis Drive, Sterling VA 20167

Black and “Queer” in America is a mini-documentary that examines the complexity and intersectionality of race, gender and sexual orientation. It features candid interviews with black lesbians, gay black and white men and straight black men and women. They discuss coming out, sexuality, racism, heterosexism, the black church, patriarchy, love, gender identity, discrimination, and finally what it means to be black and queer today.

Presented by the UUS Social and Environmental Justice Council

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One Response to “Black and ‘Queer’ in America” in Sterling

  1. liz says:

    One of us will be there!